THE WRANGLER'S INCONVENIENT WIFE
Marriage of inconvenience
With no family to watch over them, it's up to Fran Morris to take care of her younger sister, even if it means marrying a total stranger. Gruff, strong and silent, her new husband is a cowboy down to the bone. He wed Fran to protect her, not to love her, but her heart has never felt so vulnerable.
Trail boss Edgar White already has all the responsibility he needs at his family's ranch in Bear Creek, Wyoming. He had intended to remain a bachelor forever, but he can't leave Fran and her sister in danger. And as they work on the trail together, Edgar starts to soften toward his unwanted wife. He already gave Fran his name…can he trust her with his heart?
Wyoming Legacy: United by family, destined for love
This is the third in the Wyoming Legacy series and I can't believe I missed the first two! What an awesome read! There's danger lurking from all sides in this wild west tale. Talk about adventure! From wild critters to vermin of the human kind and everything in between. Poor Fran and Emma are plopped in the middle of it all with no one to watch out for them except a passel of cowboys with hearts of gold. (What a tough row for a heroine to hoe!)The biggest and brawniest (and stubbornest) is Edgar, the hapless bronco who snags inconvenient wife, Fran. And the fun really starts when she promptly stampedes her way into his heart though he's loathe to admit it. A delicious romance with plenty of action.
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My thanks to the publisher and Net Galley for my review copy of this book.